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'''Toshi Horiya''' (8 November 1897 - May 2011) was a validated [[List of Japanese supercentenarians|Japanese]] supercentenarian and, at the time of her death, the oldest living woman in Kagoshima prefecture.
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'''Toshi Horiya''' (8 November 1897 - 4 February 2011) was a validated [[List of Japanese supercentenarians|Japanese]] supercentenarian and, at the time of her death, the oldest living woman in Kagoshima prefecture.
   
Horiya passed away sometime in May 2011, aged 113 years, 173-204 days, and was succeeded as Kagoshima's oldest person by [[Nabi Tajima]]. At the time of her death, she was Japan's second-oldest woman, behind [[Chiyono Hasegawa]], and the third-oldest person, behind Hasegawa and [[Jiroemon Kimura]].
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Horiya passed away on 4 February 2011 at the age of 113 years, 88 days, and was succeeded as Kagoshima's oldest person by [[Nabi Tajima]]. At the time of her death, she was Japan's second-oldest woman, behind [[Chiyono Hasegawa]], and the third-oldest person, behind Hasegawa and [[Jiroemon Kimura]].
 
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Toshi Horiya (8 November 1897 - 4 February 2011) was a validated Japanese supercentenarian and, at the time of her death, the oldest living woman in Kagoshima prefecture.

Horiya passed away on 4 February 2011 at the age of 113 years, 88 days, and was succeeded as Kagoshima's oldest person by Nabi Tajima. At the time of her death, she was Japan's second-oldest woman, behind Chiyono Hasegawa, and the third-oldest person, behind Hasegawa and Jiroemon Kimura.